Freshly set up in-house by our esteemed Guitar Tech, this brand new Marty Schwartz ES-335 is dialed in and ready to go. Alnico Classic Pro pickups. Coil splitting and Phase switching provided via push/pull pots. The "Sixties Cherry" finish over AAA Flamed Maple is positively gorgeous. So much guitar for not a lot of dough. Comes with hard shell case. See below for more details and specifications.
Marty Schwartz, or as he’s better known on the Internet, Marty Music, has been the face of guitar education online for the last decade and a half. With four million YouTube subscribers, over two billion video views, and a career longer than most rock bands, Marty has arguably taught more people how to play guitar than anyone else in the world.
So as you might expect, Marty knows quite a bit about what features a great guitar should have. His new namesake signature model ES-335 from Epiphone features a smooth-playing 60s SlimTaper™ Rounded C neck profile with an Indian laurel fretboard, small pearloid block inlays, and a Marty Music logo on the back of the headstock. The 5-ply layered maple body is capped with a beautiful AAA-figured maple veneer and is finished in Sixties Cherry. Rock solid tuning stability is ensured by the Grover® 502C Roto-Grip Locking Rotomatic® tuners and Graph Tech® nut, while the other ends of the strings are anchored with an Epiphone LockTone Tune-O-Matic™ bridge and Stop Bar tailpiece. The flexible electronics include Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO™ pickups, each with a push/pull volume control for coil splitting, while the neck pickup’s tone control features a push/pull phase switch. A hardshell case is also included.
Locking Grover Rotomatic Tuners
1 11/16" Graph Tech Nut
'60s SlimTaper, Rounded C Profile Mahogany Neck with 24 3/4" Scale Length
22 Medium Jumbo Frets
Laurel Fingerboard with Dot Inlays and 12" Radius
Epiphone Alnico Classic Pro Humbuckers with Push/Pull Coil Split and Phase Control
LockTone Tune-o-Matic and Stop Bar Tailpiece
5-Ply Laminated AAA Flame Maple Body with Sixties Cherry Finish
Hard Shell Case
For new guitars and basses under $1,000, we use in-house stock photos rather than photographing each guitar individually. Guitars with transparent and/or natural wood finishes will have variations in grain patterns from one guitar to the next.